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Cedar Community is the only not-for-profit, faith-based senior retirement community to provide comprehensive residential and health care services for older adults based in Washington County, Wisconsin. Residences include historic ranch homes nestled in the woods along the shores of Big Cedar Lake in West Bend, as well as modern duplex ranch homes, and comfortable, cozy independent and assisted living apartments in both West Bend and Elkhart Lake. Cedar Community offers seniors a carefree lifestyle without the worries of home and yard maintenance. It’s Wisconsin independent living at its finest.Cedar Community health care services provide the highest-quality care for seniors. From outpatient therapy and home health, to long-term care or end-of-life hospice care, residents enjoy a maintenance-free lifestyle, with peace of mind, knowing that the services they may need are right here, when they need them, from team members they know and trust.
The Greater Milwaukee Foundation was founded on the premise that generosity can unlock an individual’s potential and strengthen the community as a whole for everyone who lives here. It is the region’s largest community foundation and was among the first established in the world. Since 1915, the Foundation has inspired philanthropy by connecting generous people to community needs that align with their interests to address pressing local needs now and in the future. Under the direction of Ellen M. Gilligan, who took over as president and CEO in 2010, the Greater Milwaukee Foundation is becoming even more of a positive force in philanthropic and community leadership. During her tenure the Foundation has produced consecutive years of historic grantmaking to the community and record charitable giving and Foundation growth approaching assets just under one billion dollars. VisionThe Greater Milwaukee Foundation vision for a vibrant region is rooted in the idea that our community is greater when all people have the opportunity for economic, social and civic participation. While in large part, greater Milwaukee is experiencing a resurgence in economic growth and prosperity, many are unable to share in its benefits or have a voice in important decisions that impact their lives. This community, like others across the nation, is facing pronounced disparities, the result of uneven access to opportunity. Eliminating the root causes of inequities, therefore, is both morally just and economically essential for achieving broader regional prosperity and vitality. An intentional focus on equity and inclusion ensures that strategies designed to improve the educational, social and economic well-being of people in our region make a true, measurable difference among communities most marginalized because of race. In this journey, we stand with our many partners who share this vision for a thriving region. We are working together to ensure the promise of a bright future applies to people of color and all communities.